Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument, NV: Saber Tooth Tiger By Aaron Johnson, Joel Anderson, 2024


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When we think of the national parks, we inevitably daydream of the iconic 63 National Parks. Yet the National Park Service preserves literally hundreds of other, lesser-known-but-no-less-fascinating sites, including places like Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument in Nevada. An abundance of fossils at Tule Springs reveals what was once here: spring-fed oases, plentiful water, and large animals that are now extinct. Today, Tule Springs preserves and protects what remains of this ancient world. The perfect addition to your home or office decor or an excellent national park gift for the enthusiast in your family, this original national park art will look great as a print, poster, notecard, postcard, metal sign, canvas, or mini canvas. This hand-rendered design is fashioned in the style of vintage poster art and the iconic 20th century travel art that first promoted the national parks, national monuments, and other protected lands. To learn more about the adventures that await at NPS sites, check out the information sources available at the National Park Foundation.

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